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Article by deedragongirl posted 16 hours ago
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To be or not to be?
Okay, so there have been speculations that Elsa should be a lesbian in the upcoming Frozen sequel. So here is my question on whether our favourite snow queen should be a lesbian or not.

Elsa shouldn't be a Lesbian

I personally think that Elsa should not be a lesbian in the upcoming movie for a number of reasons. This is because it would alienate younger children who grew a liking on Elsa because she is a very popular character since the release on the fame movie internationally.
Secondly, if she was a lesbian, the sequel will be banned in certain Orthodox countries. Like Russia, Greece and just to name a few where they considered homosexual a sin.

Elsa should be a Lesbian

Since last year, when the American court legalised the same-sex marriage. Many people, especially from the LGBT community were very happy about it. I truly support them anyway.
I sympathise with them a lot, because they had been suppressed for many years. One famous example is the Hong Kong singer Leslie Cheung who committed suicide, fearing that his fans will not accept him as a homosexual, due to the fact that he was...
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List by audreygrace412 posted 1 day ago
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The Disney Princess fans on Fanpop have voted and the results are in! Which of the Disney Princesses has the fairest style of them all?

link ended with a decisive vote for Snow White (+16%) and most comments devoted to explaining her elimination, though a couple other elimination choices made their voices heard in this round also.

13. Snow White: Most people thought her style was very fitting for her but not really anyone else. Her maid outfit is less than fashionable, understandably, and most didn't care for the fashion style of her signature outfit either.

[i]"The clogs - and the collars on her dresses." - ace2000 (Round 1)

"I have never cared for Snow's outfit. Sure, they fit her personality, but they just don't look all that nice to me." - Angelica_AW (Round 1)
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Opinion by anukriti2409 posted 2 days ago
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My final article in the wedding theme series is for the Revival Era princesses. I wish to extend this series to Disney heroines as well but I'm not sure right away, maybe i'll just do one with Anna and Elsa. Anyways, here are my thoughts on wedding ideas for our modern princesses.

Rapunzel: The Blooming Bride
Her sunny and cheerful disposition makes her a perfect spring bride. I'd love to give her a day wedding decorated with burst of wild blossoms, capturing her warmth and energy both. The air will be filled with a riot of fragrance and decor will host bright and joyful flowers in all shapes and colors. The beautiful vintage lace wedding invite, different colored table cards,a flower aisle and a swing for her, making the atmosphere as sweet as her.






Tiana: The Winter Jazz
Tiana would make a lovely winter bride, with her quiet sophistication and grace. And it would be a city wedding, with luxe contemporary decor. A sheer black and white decor, with richness of gold. White candles and roses on striking contrast of black table decor. I would...
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Opinion by ace2000 posted 3 days ago
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Hi everyone!

So it's been about six months since I joined Fanpop, and about as much time since I published my first DP article ranking the DPs. This article will explain my new ranking of the Disney princesses (including Anna and Elsa) from lowest to highest in my opinion. Hope you like it!


13. Elsa (same spot)



Unfortunately, Elsa’s still at the bottom of my list. This is mainly because she doesn’t seem to exhibit any worry about the kingdom and sister she leaves behind after they find out about her ice powers, which is disconcerting since she spent her whole life beforehand worrying about keeping everyone safe (by guarding them from her ice powers). She actually seems happy in Let It Go – and her statement “the cold never bothered me anyway” bothers me in two ways. One: doesn’t she care that the cold can adversely affect other human beings anymore? Two: Isn’t it bothering her that she may never see her sister again? I also didn’t like her reaction when Anna told her that Arendelle was frozen because of her. She expressed brief concern, but then basically threw Anna out...
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Opinion by deedragongirl posted 5 days ago
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Brotherly love
Hi guys, since I had compare both Titanic and Frozen. There is another movie that I notice that is similar to the latter, and that movie is Brother Bear.

Brother Bear

Apart from the sibling love, Kenai actually reminds me of Elsa, because like Elsa, he needs to have brotherly love with Koda. He was also mistakenly thought to be the same bear in his brother, Denahi's eyes that killed his 2 brothers and became vengeful until the ending scene when Kenai gets turn back into a human.
Koda is very much like Anna, because they're both optimistic. It wasn't until that he found out the truth that Kenai murdered his mother at the beginning of the movie, that scene was really emotional for everybody to watch. It reminds me when Hans betrayed Anna and I felt sorry for both the latter and Koda.
The music was really underrated, however the songs have meanings in them. Especially 'Look through my Eyes' and 'No Way Out, the latter really works for Elsa's personality herself, in fact it should be sung as a duet with her sister, Anna!
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List by deedragongirl posted 6 days ago
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The Prince and the Pauper
Hi guys, since I love to see a DP with twin princesses, here are my list of possible movies that Disney might want to make.

1) The Prince and the Pauper

I know that Disney had made this starring Mickey Mouse, if there was a Princess version of it. It would be a good idea, the story setting will set in either South Korea or Japan.
The story will be 100% faithful towards its original story by Mark Twain.

2) The Man in the Iron Mask

I love this story very much, since watching the 1998 version with Leonardo Di Caprio in it. They will base it on the 1998 version, with the exception that the evil twin redeems himself in the end. Making the first twin princesses to become 2 queens and will rule the country with love and peace, making them the 2 beloved Queens.

Conclusion

Since I only have 2 suggestions as listed, if there are anymore suggestions. Please feel free to add more in the comments.
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List by deedragongirl posted 7 days ago
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Who will play Belle?
So, I have been hearing from many people over their disagreements about Emma Watson's casting as Belle. So, I thought that I would write this article about it if she wasn't cast at all, first no hard feelings to any Emma Watson fans out there (including myself) or to the actress herself. So here are my list of actresses.

1. Anne Hathaway

I first heard her sing in Les Miserables, she blew everybody away with her rendition of 'I Dreamed a Dream', she's a marvelous singer in her own rights and I'm glad she's a talented actress!

2. Keira Knightley

I remember doing a poll regarding this 6 years ago under my old Fanpop account as dee389, many felt that she could be the possible choice for Belle. Although I had never heard her sing, she is another possible choice for the character.
Secondly, she has Belle's looks and her hair colour. So she's perfect!

3. Emmy Rossum

After seeing her in Phantom of the Opera, there was a scene called Poor Fool, He Makes Me Laugh. Her character's outfit reminds me of Belle, especially her hairstyle.
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Opinion by deedragongirl posted 7 days ago
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A Blonde Haired Elvis?
Hi guys, since Beauty and the Beast will be coming next year in March. Here is my opinion and reason on why Gerard Butler should be the perfect beast, comparing him to Dan Stevens.

Gerard Butler

I watched the Phantom of the Opera a few weeks ago after not seeing it for many years, I always thought that it was Antonio Banderas playing the title character. But it did not sound like him at all!
So here is my reason why I think Gerard is the perfect beast, he nailed the character of the Phantom perfectly and he has a rock & roll quality in his voice! He also managed to play a very a sympathetic character in the movie, like the beast.

Dan Stevens

While I'm planning to see Downton Abbey sometimes soon later, I remember watching a couple of episodes 5-6 years ago. My thoughts on Dan himself, was alright, however his acting is wooden at times. But on the other hand, I'll definitely give him another chance if I am lucky enough to see the film next year!
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Review by Coffeeuser posted 12 days ago
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FIRST NAME: Erin but I used to despise that name when I was a little girl.

COUNTRY OF ORIGIN: United States

FAVORITE DISNEY MOVIE: The Jungle Book. The one made in 1967 was and still is the best movie ever made!

FAVORITE BIBLE MOVIE: Passion of the Christ.

FAVORITE TV SHOW: Arthur. Although it's been awhile since I've watched it.

FAVORITE BOOKS: I don't read that much. But the ones I like are mostly the horror/thriller genre and Arthur book by Marc Brown lol.

A CELEBRITY I LIKE: My favorite is Sal Mineo. He's the most glorious person that ever lived. I love him more than I love myself. For women, it's Sharon Tate. She's the prettiest woman I've ever seen in my life.

LIKES: drinking coffee (hence my username), watching movies, writing stories, eating, sleeping, etc.

DISLIKES: Homophobic people, driving, sports, shopping, getting up early, changing dirty diapers, cold showers, etc.
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Opinion by deedragongirl posted 14 days ago
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Classical music time.
There was an article on the front page of Fanpop that inspired me to write this article, since I love classical music too. Ready?

Antonio Vivaldi

Snow White love his music, since she lives around the same period as Vivaldi. Plus, I would imagine her dancing with the 7 dwarfs and her prince, especially the Four Seasons.

Franz Schubert & Johann Strauss II

Cinderella and Ella will love their music, while I was listening to the 2015 reboot soundtrack. The waltzes and Polkas that Patrick Doyle composes are inspired from Johann Strauss II, the Waltz King.
Secondly, since their childhoods are sad, Schubert's music will fit during their period.

Johann Sebastian Bach

Princess Aurora will love his music, because some of them are happy and sleepy! So it really fits Aurora the best.

Antonin Dvorak

Ironically, his opera Rulsaka is also base on a mermaid, except the fact that she did not survive like in the original version of the Little Mermaid!
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Opinion by anukriti2409 posted 16 days ago
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I have put together the wedding themes for our renaissance girls in this part of the article. Here we go

Ariel: The Treasure Trove
I didn't want to give her a beach wedding, as she was hardly in love with the waters. She was however totally mesmerized with all unique things on land. She loved collecting numerous little trinkets from land and made an eclectic collection in her grotto, a treasure trove. I think she'd love to have a mix and match wedding theme with beautiful decor pieces coming together to mesmerize her, clock by the seating, candle stands of various shapes and make, forks and travel themed goody bags. I imagine her wedding card be a customized trinket for each guest, a locket having a secret message. As for location, it would be nice to have a villa with lake views. After all, she expressed her love first on the lake, having a boat ride. And a photo shoot on the lake is a must.




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Opinion by anukriti2409 posted 18 days ago
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I was in a mood to do a ranking list, so I thought I should make a list of my top 10 scenes from DP movies. So, here we go.

10. Cinderella - waking up
Have you ever seen anyone waking up so gorgeous. Her elegance is to die for. She's looking adorable and elegant all at once, with her piggytails. I love how she flips over and puts pillow overhead, not wanting to wake up from the dream. And isn't she cute, not telling the dream to the birdie friends. I like how she was so much in the moment, holding a pillow. And then, old killjoy strikes, haha! I love how she gave us a peak into her other side, she does have temperament. I love the humming when she's getting ready, i often do it myself. It's a very sweet morning routine.



9. Tangled - Rapunzel is out of tower
I could literally feel her exhilaration when she left the tower for the first time. The way she's staring at the grass, and then feeling the splash of fresh water on her feet. I love how she goes a little crazy and is running wild, rolling and swinging all over the place. And it's so cute that Flynn is just watching her, frame by...
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Opinion by PrincessAyeka12 posted 18 days ago
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13th Place
My opinions change every few years. One thing that hasn't changed yet is the top three. I can switch them around but no other princess has become apart of the trio and none of the trio have fallen to 4th place or lower. This isn't just about DP fashion, character personalities and my personal favourites. It's about relation. If a particular style is similar to my own comfort zone, type of clothing, clothing colours, etc. I will comment on it. Enjoy!

13) Merida

I like celtic dresses and celtic flower designs. They're very pleasing to the eye. But I prefer purple and red dresses. Merida's Princess dress doesn't suit her at all. It's too flashy and I don't like her weird headdress. Her other dress in my opinion looks better in dark blue than forest green. She's the first little princess to wear black in a non-funeral scene. I don't like Merida's wardrobe. It's too dark for me.


12) Pocahontas


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Opinion by KataraLover posted 18 days ago
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I probably should've put this article on the Fanpop fan club, but this club has been my home for years. It's where I've made a lot of memories, have been part of a community that talks about more than just Disney Princesses, has felt like a family, and has helped me A LOT through the years. So this article being published anywhere else on Fanpop won't do any justice if it's not on this club. So without further delay, here is what being on Fanpop has meant to me.

First of all, it's only fair to say that I did NOT get off to a good start when I first came here. It's embarrassing to talk about this, but it's part of what helped Fanpop make such a big impact on my life. When I first came here I was basically a troll. I didn't come here intentionally trying to get people mad, but I was basically a troll. I was horrible at accepting opinions different from my own and would actually go so far as to insult them and call them stupid. I can't look at really old polls where I'm acting like that without cringing and hating myself. I was so bad that I actually rigged polls and countdowns. I'm surprised that my account was never deleted when I was like this because I deserved to...
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Opinion by audreygrace412 posted 19 days ago
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Hey everyone! I saw link's, link and I thought it was very awesome and inspiring! I absolutely love the Disney Princesses so it's really hard for me to rank them as I feel like the rankings don't properly convey my love for them in relation to each other. :) Additionally, it seems to me like each Disney Princess inspires qualities or traits in every subsequent Disney Princess which makes it even harder for me as I see so many connections. There are things I love and don't love about each Disney Princess but they each have a special place. So instead of racking my brain to come up with a Favorite Ranking article, I thought it would be nice to just share some positive things I love about them each instead! I hope you guys enjoy the read and I would love to hear your opinions as well! :D

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Opinion by dclairmont posted 21 days ago
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I know this is a touchy topic, so I've tried to tread it in the best way I could! It is not my intention to offend anyone or misrepresent this topic, so if I did I'd love to improve on it and fix my mistakes. I hope you enjoy reading!

For a group of people that claim to be supporting of all women and their ventures, the mistreatment that the classic princesses very often get from them is rather surprising. To a majority of feminists, the women they are catering to is the new-age, I can do it all superwoman. They believe that all women should fit into that box and if they don't, they're deprived, misguided, and backwards. The Classic Princesses are what many feminists would think of as men-slaving monsters, whose only desire is to have a man, to cater to a man, to be loved by a man? Is that true? Heck no!

Let's look at Snow White. At the beginning of the film, she's singing about wanting someone to love her, which is innocent enough. Snow White is living in a situation where the only human she's ever been in contact with, or at least only human she's been in contact with that we've seen, is her evil step mother. Snow probably heard stories...
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Opinion by AaronHaley4ever posted 22 days ago
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Happy (belated) Mothers’ Day, fanpop! I meant to post this yesterday but got busy. In honor of Mothers' Day this month, I've put together a ranking of how I imagine the princesses themselves would be as mothers. I’m including Anna and Elsa in this list, though instead of assigning them a number their names will be placed in parentheses where they would fall on the list, in an effort to keep those who don’t like seeing them on DP lists happy. Let me preface this by saying this is not set in stone. it's just a prediction based on what I've seen of the princesses in their movies. I don’t think any of them would make bad mothers, just some better than others, so I hope no one will be offended if I place their favorites low.

11. Merida
I could see Merida going one of two ways as a mother. If she had sons or a daughter who was a tomboy like her, I think she’d be a really fun mom. I could definitely see her teaching her kids things like archery and horseback riding or taking them on outings in the woods. The problem would come into play if she had a girly daughter. While I’d like to think she would remember how it felt to have a mother who...
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Opinion by PrincessAyeka12 posted 23 days ago
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I love shopping! It's one of my favourite hobbies. I once did this for a poll, a couple of years ago. I thought I'd take it a step further. So this is completely in my opinion. This about choosing shops that match their personalities and other little details about them like how they decorate a home or what their hobbies are for example. The shops that I've chosen are the ones I visit, have walked past, visited online or have actually shopped in.

Here are my previous ones
Part 1: link
Part 2: link


Tiana




Kitchenalia Ltd sells the very best cookware from your specialist independent cookshop. Including knives, tools and gadgets, bakeware, barware, textiles, cake decorations, tableware, glassware, electricals, tinware and design led gifts such as Alessi, Guzzini, WMF also, specialist china such as Villroy &...
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Fan fiction by deedragongirl posted 23 days ago
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The 2 Ellas!
Once upon a time, the Disney Princess visit their goddaughter name Dee in Malaysia. One day, they decide to do some window shopping at a new shopping mall, when a door knock is heard.
Dee opens the door, and was surprise to see a familiar face at her door. "Hi there, may I come in?" asks the young girl. Who was only in her early 20's, this young beautiful blonde haired girl is also very pretty. She's also a French.
"Hi Dee Dee, who is it at the-", asks Cinderella, stopping dead at her track. "Hi Cinderella, remember me?" asks the young girl happily as she enters, the other princesses went to main entrance and are astonished at the scene. "Who are you?" asks Merida in her thick Scottish accent.
"Oh! You don't know who I am? My name is Ella, also known as Cinderella!" replied Ella. At this point, all of the other princesses and Dee gasp in horror. "I knew it! I knew you'd come!" replies Cinderella sadly.
"Cinderella, you never told us about this?" exclaimed Dee Dee. "Oh don't worry, I bet she wants to surprise you! Anyway, I'm inviting you all to my movie next month! Kit will be coming in anytime soon to see you all." replies Ella.
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Article by ApplesauceDoctr posted 24 days ago
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Hi everyone, I'm ApplesauceDoctr here today with a short article that's purely for fun. A while back I posted a poll where I associated some of the mushrooms in the game Plants vs. Zombies with the DPs, and now I wanted to expand on that while also providing some brief reasoning for my choices. Note that I'll be generalizing these characters quite a bit here, mostly looking at just one quality. This is all in good fun though, so let's begin! I'm actually going to start off with an unofficial princess:

Puff Shroom: Sofia (Sofia the First)
Sofia is the youngest and consequently smallest of all royal Disney heroines, and as such she would be best associated with the Puff Shroom. Similarly, this mushroom is the smallest of the mushrooms -- and actually the smallest of ALL the plants -- in the game.

Again, I'm making some serious generalizations here solely for fun. :D

Scaredy Shroom: Snow White
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Opinion by deedragongirl posted 24 days ago
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Anastasia and Drizella, is that you?
Hi guys, since I had read that Belle was originally going to have two sisters in early development of Beauty and the Beast. But were ultimately cut because the story will be like Cinderella, here's my reason on why and what if they in the movie instead.

Belle as an Only Child

This is mainly because I kind off feel bad for Belle and her dad, especially the former because she has nobody except for her dad to talk to. Especially if you have no mother or sisterly support.
If they were included in, the filmmakers will definitely tone down their characters to distinguish themselves from Anastasia and Drizella. Although a minor role to help with their father, Maurice.

How They Will Benefit the Story

As mentioned earlier, if their characters are changed and they would definitely help Maurice talk to Gaston regarding the Beast and when Belle goes missing since their father's captive and his release.
They would also be helping when the beast is killed by Gaston, thus making them princess or Grand Duchess upon Belle's marriage to Prince Adam after the transformation scene.
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Opinion by dclairmont posted 27 days ago
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In lieu of my 3 year anniversary on this site (which actually took place sometime in February), I decided that I would write an article looking back on what this site has given to me and how grateful I am to have come across it. While I haven't frequented this site in months, it still holds a dear place in my heart, as well as those who I have met through this site. Well, here I go. For those of you who don't know me, this will probably be a pretty mundane article, so I wouldn't be offended it you stop reading now. If anything, this article is really for me to get out my pent up love for this place and look back on all it's given me. By the way, this is going to get pretty personal (and sappy, knowing me), just warning you haha. Anyway, enjoy!

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Deep in my slumber, I dreamt. Dreamt of a world where I could be free of the chains that had forced me into this slumber and dreamt of a place where I could be wholeheartedly myself. This place was somewhere I never would have expected it to be. It was within me. Haha, just kidding. That would be totally cliché, I mean really? This place was the Disney Princess fan club on Fanpop. A...
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Review by deedragongirl posted 1 month ago
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Open up your mind, let your fantasies unwind!
Hi everyone, I just watched Andrew Lloyd Webber's Phantom of the Opera just now. While watching, I noticed some similarities with Beauty and the Beast! Here are my observations.

The Story-line

As you may know, both stories are set in France, it also has a sad theme in it as it deals with deformed person name Erik who wishes to be love. Ironically, the author of The Phantom of the Opera is by Gaston Leroux, who happens to be the namesake villain of Disney's retelling of Beauty and the Beast. The rose also plays a symbolic role in both stories.
Secondly, the Stranger Than You Dream It scene reminds me of the West Wing scene. Since the Phantom and the Beast did not want both Christine and Belle to find out about their embarrassment.
Finally, the Final Lair scene reminds me of the Mob Song where they are chasing the Phantom and the Beast!

The Characters

As previously mentioned, the Phantom reminds me of the Beast, because both characters want to be love despite their exterior appearance. Christine Daae and Belle are the same, apart from being brunette! They play a dominant role in a love...
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Opinion by Sparklefairy375 posted 1 month ago
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Hello everyone. I'm just boring and suddenly I've got an idea to wrote my list of prettiest Disney Princesses. All of the Princesses have their own typical of beauty. But for sure I have some of favorites. Anyway, here's my prettiest DP list:

13. Snow White



Why her? She's the fairest of them all! Yes, she's the fairest of them all. But for me she is more tend to cute than pretty. I don't really like the shapes of her small-sized brown eyes and her nose. Her face overally looks like porcelain doll. In fact, she can be pretty but I'm just not a fan of her animation styles. Her looks in DP franchise slightly more better than in the original movie one.

12. Tiana



No, the reason I put her in the bottom not because her dark skin, I don't mind with her skin. Sometimes I found her looks is fine in some scenes, but in other scenes her face looks weird. Her eyes are fine. But her nose and lips looks weird comparing with her eyes. Her nose was too wide and unproportional. Also her lips, I think it's too big, reminds me to some of Bratz dolls.
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List by deedragongirl posted 1 month ago
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Team Miss Universe
Hi everyone, since nobody posted this up, I thought it would be interesting to write this list if all of the Princesses are judges in both Miss Universe and Miss World, two of the oldest Beauty Pageants ever and what will their questions be.

1. Snow White

"Describe yourself, are you an optimistic or pessimistic person?"

2. Cinderella

"If you're married into a member of a Royal Family, are you willing to follow in the footsteps of Princess Diana or Kate Middleton?"

3. Princess Aurora

"Do you believe in a Damsel in Distress moment?"

4. Ariel

"Which species do you want to be? A human or a fish?"

5. Belle

"Do you think that reading plays a huge role in society today?"

6. Jasmine

"Do you always dream of becoming a princess or an ordinary person?"

7. Pocahontas

"Do you believe in peace and the environment?"
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Opinion by anukriti2409 posted 1 month ago
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Disney Princess movies deserves more weddings
After the article of wedding gowns for DPs, it got me thinking as to how would each princess get married, what would be the theme of the wedding and so on. I love weddings! So, I have thought of theme based weddings for all princesses. Hope you enjoy this. This part talks about only classic princesses.

Snow: The Enchanted Woods
After all the life and death crisis, I think a private forest wedding ceremony, just between the prince(and his close family) and the dwarfs would be a harmonious affair. After all, this is where she found her life back and the family she's ever known. And being her, a modest setting with cute decor by dwarfs would make her happy. To kill her fear of apples, if at all, lets do a souvenir cake. And of course, a wishing well replica is a must here. She did sing her wish into it, and it came true!







Aurora: The White Rose
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Opinion by AzulaFanboi posted 1 month ago
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Heyyyy everyone! I thought I'd try to not be POOR by becoming an active user on this site! GIVE ME ALL THE GOLD MUAHAHAHA----oh, excuse me. You didn't hear anything. :P (But really, I want to deck out my profile!!)

Anyway, here's my princess ranking!!



13. Anna

Anna-banana is cute, but I just like the others more. :P



12. Cinderella

I don't like how Cinderella doesn't really stand up for herself! Yeah she shows a good work ethic, but damn girl! Put that backbone to good USE! That being said, she's really pretty except for her hair during the ball. Like what is UP with that headband??



11. Snow White

I love how Snow bosses around those dwarfs. It's really funny! She reminds me of my mom. >:) And apples are my favorite fruit, so I TOTALLY understand why she accepted one from a creepy old lady! I would do the same thing!
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Review by deedragongirl posted 1 month ago
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Nothing on Earth Could Ever Come Between Them!
Hi everyone, for those of you who don't know, both movies share a common theme with each other that I notice! Aside from being the most highest grossing movies ever, here's my review base on my observations.

Titanic

In case you guys might be watching the movie, during the scene where Jack and Fabrizio are playing poker just moments before the ship takes off. The 2 characters to whom they challenge are 2 Swedes name Olaf and Sven, when I watch this scene for the first time in many years. I keep thinking that the 2 Swedes are going to transform into a snowman and reindeer respectively!
The music was really memorable, thanks to the one and only, James Horner (RIP). He also composes many memorable movies like Bicentennial Man, just to name a few! In this movie, Rose's Theme is the same melody to its theme song 'My Heart Will Go On'. The latter was a smash hits of the late 90's that many compare it to Elsa's 'Let it Go', in fact I shall coin it as the 'Let it Go' of the 90's!
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Opinion by anukriti2409 posted 1 month ago
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There are many things that I love about each DP but there are certain character traits that aren't as admirable in them. Though, it's because of the mix of good and not-so-good traits that a character becomes interesting. Having said so, I still love all DPs, some more and some less. So, here's my counter-part article on "What I love about each DP".

1. Snow:
Her bossiness is tad bit annoying to me. I mean, why did she have to lecture around dwarfs and act not-so-her-age. I never could fit this in her adorable, cute and chirpy personality. Her lecturing and bossiness on moral grounds are so out of character and her age.


2. Aurora:
Her passiveness has always troubled me. She never questioned anyone even after knowing the truth. Acceptance and forgiveness is great, but not attempting to know the truth of your life is another level of passive behavior. I mean trust the fairies for your well being, but at least ask, find out another solution than to simply resign to your ill-fate.
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Opinion by deedragongirl posted 1 month ago
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Which is your favourite?
Since Korean entertainment has dominated the whole of Asia, here are the Disney Princesses' favourite Korean dramas and why they love it!

Iris (Mulan & Shang)

This Korean drama is about spying and espionage, this drama reminds me of both Mulan and Shang because it teaches them about spying.

My Princess (Rapunzel & Flynn)

Although the story is very similar to the Princess Diaries, Rapunzel did not find out that she is a princess until later of the story.

Winter Sonata (Elsa, Kristoff & Anna)

As the title mentions, this drama is very old but it suits the trios. Both stories are set in the winter.

Descendants from the Sun (Merida & her family)

This drama is about military and government, it also gives suggestions to Merida's parents on how to run their country.

Yong Pal (Princess Aurora & Prince Philip)
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Guide by deltabannermen posted 1 month ago
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Blanche Neige et les Sept Nains or Snow White's Scary Adventures.

The Paris version of this classic Disney 'dark ride' is the version I have most recently ridden. However, I will take a look back at the Disney World version, as well as using some online sources to compare and contrast the Disneyland California and Tokyo Disney versions.

The 'English' title for this ride is incredibly apt. Scary is what it is. After the usual twisty-turny queue line (no fastpass for this one) you are placed into minecarts decorated with squirrels and the like. The ride first leads you through the dwarves' cottage where you see animals cleaning (as in Whistle While You Work); Snow White climbing the stairs to the bedroom; and the seven dwarves singing and dancing to The Silly Song.

You then leave the cottage to pass the Queen outside before heading down the mines full of colourful, glittering jewels. A minecart full of gems heads towards you before leaving the mine and heading through the great wooden doors of the Queen's castle. Two vultures wait sinisterly on an overhanging branch. The Queen is in front of her mirror and as you approach she turns,...
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Review by deltabannermen posted 1 month ago
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A Disney Tale: A young princess narrowly avoids death on the command of her evil stepmother. She shacks up with a group of mining dwarves but the stepmother finds her and puts her to sleep with a poisoned apple. The dwarves put her inside a glass coffin until a prince comes and kisses her, releasing her from the spell to live happily ever after.

Disney Heroine: Snow White is the first Disney princess, but having viewed this around the same time as Cinderella and Sleeping Beauty (my daughter is going through a Disney Princess phase) I would argue that those princesses are what we think of when we talk about Disney Princesses. Cinderella and Aurora are twee and feminine, but Snow takes it to the extreme. She is far too twee for my tastes, talking to the animals, cleaning and cooking for the dwarves and fawning over the first man she sets eyes on. I'm also not sure how old she is supposed to be. Apparently she is supposed to be 14 which is an increase from the original fairy tale where she is around 7, an age deemed too young for the story's plot. Quite why 14 is a more acceptable age for a young girl to go off with the first man she meets (and hardly exchanges two...
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Review by deedragongirl posted 1 month ago
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Spread your wings and fly, Elsa!
Hi everyone, since I had written the international movie version of this overrated song. Now it's the pop version, some of them are dubbed in their native language. So, I'm going base it on their voices and performances.

English (Demi Lovato)

I first heard this version before the movie came to Malaysia, my first impression on it was neutral as at that time, I never heard Idina's version yet. But then, I felt that the latter's version was better than Demi's version.

Mandarin Chinese (Bella Yao)

I love her version and it's even better than Demi's version, sadly to say she passed away from breast cancer at the tender age of 33 last year in January. So this article is dedicated to her! Her voice is very much like a combo of Demi and Christina Aguilera. In other words, she's perfect.

Malay (Marsha Milan Londoh)

She also did the voice of Elsa, and in this version, she sounds deeper compare to the movie version. It doesn't sound like Elsa to me anymore! She sounds like her own now.
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Opinion by PrincessVT posted 1 month ago
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Today I'll be thinking of who'd come out champion in a fight of the Disney Princesses, first I'll be thinking of their advantages and disadvantages. Also I'm ignoring the obvious, their kingdoms.

Snow White:
A: Has All The Forest Animals and the Seven Dwarves in her will, won't be fighting, she'd just be saying the commands for them, she does have her ways of getting people to do what she wants. She's very organized too
D: She is easily sabatoged and gullible. And forest animals aren't the strongest of animals. Besides she has no magic by her side



Cinderella:
A: It isn't easy to make her pissed so she's cool during battle. She has mice in her will.
D: Yet they're just mice who I bet don't have any diseases. Is a tad too nice.


Aurora:
A: This HOE GOT FAIRIES and some animals may like her, she also has a prince.
D: The fairies can't use their magic on themselves and it's a small likely chance the animals would fight for her.
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Opinion by anukriti2409 posted 1 month ago
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I just wanted to write a quick, short and sweet article on what i love about each DP the most. Even though while ranking, some DPs end up being at lower end, I have never hated any DP and loved them all for different reason. So, I'm just going to write about what stands out the most to me for each DP.

1. Snow White:
Even though she's low on my personal list, I adore how she's so upbeat about life in general. Even if life knocks her down, she gets right back up and has strength to make it work from the scratch. I mean she's got to be sacred from inside but she put on her best attitude and get through tough times like a pro!
I love her resilience towards negativity and her ability to make people trust her and depend on her.

2. Aurora:
Her poise and grace is something to die for. She even gets upset gracefully. That's some serious commitment to mannerism. And i so wish, i could have even 1% of her grace and charm. And I wish fans could think of this quality on equal terms as others.
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Opinion by deedragongirl posted 1 month ago
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One Day More!
Okay, there was an interesting article about Cinderella that inspired me to write these songs on which princess will suit the famous songs from Les Miserables. So, are you ready? Here we go!

I Dreamed a Dream

Cinderella would definitely sing this song, because she longs to breakaway from her abusive step-family. It was like when her happy days has turn into a nightmare, so I feel that she needs to sing this song at some point in the movie itself.

At the End of the Day

This song would definitely fit Tiana because her movie is set during the Great Depression, the financial crisis during that time was awful! So this song suits Tiana's time period.

Castle on a Cloud

This song definitely fits Snow White and Princess Aurora, because they sleep and dream about their true love kiss. In fact, this song also suits Cinderella especially during her childhood.

I Saw Him Once/ In My Life
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Opinion by deedragongirl posted 1 month ago
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Who's singing voice do you choose? Jasmine?
So, this song has been covered by a few artists, like Lucy Hale by turning it into a country version. Then, another Disney star sang it, it is none other than Lea Salonga herself! Are you ready for a battle between Team Salonga and Team Menzel? Here we go!


Idina Menzel

While I enjoy her version, she's a bit pitchy in certain parts. Although at some parts she's very emotional and I like that, because she's very ominous like Elsa and I'm glad that I like her version.

Lea Salonga

Many of you know that she was the singing voice of Mulan and Jasmine, when I heard her version. I thought that she sounds even better than Idina! I would not actually mind her voicing Elsa anyway.
But I guess that they don't want Elsa to sound like Jasmine and Mulan!


Conclusion

While both of them are good singers, I would say that Lea is the best singer out of these two!
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Opinion by WinterSpirit809 posted 2 months ago
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I am bored and it's been a while since I've written a non-poll based article, so why not? Just so you know, I am not going to make their professions crap like "fast food worker" or "housekeeper", because that would be kind of unfair. I will do things based on their talents.

This is entirely MY OPINION, so don't get upset if we differ, though I've never really had any problems with people on here.

Snow White: Zoologist






A zoologist is someone who studies animals in their natural habitat, something that I believe would be the perfect job for Snow White. Snow is obviously an animal person so whether she would choose to be a simple zookeeper or would choose to travel the world, studying animals, I see her as being very happy with this choice.

Cinderella: Fashion designer







Cinderella was kind of difficult, but when it came down to it, Cinderella has a good taste in style, and after years of mending her stepfamily's clothes, she would be perfect for making clothes as well. I...
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List by MaidofOrleans posted 2 months ago
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Sorry it took me so long to finish this countdown. I just got lazy I guess haha. I did this countdown because while there have been multiple "Best Kiss" countdowns I have never seen the "Almost Kisses" get much appreciation. I think they are cute and suspenseful, so I thought I would give them the spotlight for once. Here are the results, compiled for your enjoyment. :)

9. Tiana and Naveen's 1st Almost Kiss

It's no surprise this kiss left first. It's the only one here that isn't romantic in the slightest, since Tiana doesn't even want to kiss him and she's only doing it to get her restaurant. While it might have some humor value, that's not enough to move it from the bottom spot.

[i]"They end up kissing like a minute later, so I don't think it really counts." ~Aang_Lite

"well,it´s a frog" ~lililc

"Tia was disgusted to kiss the frog! XD" ~3xZ

"Well....... to put it bluntly.... it's disgusting." ~Mongoose09
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Review by ApplesauceDoctr posted 2 months ago
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Look down there! It's a song analysis!
Greetings! I'm ApplesauceDoctr, and today I present my fourth song analysis. This time though (somewhat similar to my "Reflection" analysis), I'll be comparing two songs -- "So This is Love" and "Dancing on a Cloud," both of which come from Disney's Cinderella. "Dancing on a Cloud," the deleted song, was written with the intent of doing what "So This is Love" later did -- to show how Cinderella and the prince fell in love with each other at the ball. While the two seem similar at first, further examination shows that the two are a bit different, and it gives a better understanding of why "Dancing on a Cloud" may have been replaced with "So This is Love." Or does it? Let's find out!

I'll analyze the two songs individually and afterwards discuss their similarities and differences. This will be followed with my personal opinions of the two songs and why I believe "Dancing on a Cloud" was deleted from the movie. Without further ado, let's begin!

Analysis 1: "So This is Love"
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Article by WinterSpirit809 posted 2 months ago
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misscindyspice made this
A while ago, I did a poll series called "A Movie Staring Disney Princesses" , deciding what roles Disney Princesses would play in a movie (results are down below. And then I posted a forum, deciding plots. Although I did decide most of the plot, many people helped me get started and got the plot going in my head, so I can't take all the credit. Thank you to those who participated- whether you helped in the forum, voted in the polls or both, and I'm sorry for the long wait. This will take place in a few parts- I don't know how many exactly, but I estimate four-five.

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Poll Results:

Rapunzel:Protagonist
Anna: Protagonist's best friend/deuteragonist
Tiana: Main Villain
Elsa: Villain's minion-
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Opinion by Renegade1765 posted 2 months ago
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Well,it's been a while since a wrote an article,huh?
It's not entirely my fault,it's just I that my life has its ups and downs and I had to deal with both of them in the past days.Plus,considering how long my previous article was that I had to split it into two parts,I needed some break from that.
But enough talk,let's get into the article itself.
You may not have known this,but I'm also a big Steven Universe fan.Most of that has to do with the fact of,you guessed it,how much it resembles Frozen.
Now technically,Steven Universe aired about one week before Frozen came out,but the similarities between the two is so evident that I almost consider them sister show/movie.
In my "What I want the sequel for Frozen to do" article,I pointed out the similarities between them,but didn't go in-depth with it.I also said that it's my second favorite show running on Cartoon Network ( that is if the hiatus ends and doesn't get cancelled) next to Regular Show,however opinions have changed.I still love both shows to death,but I like Steven Universe more for the same reasons I love Frozen more than Wreck-it Ralph.
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Opinion by Isabellagirl033 posted 2 months ago
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Hey there! I'm isabellagirl033 and as you all are well aware Cinderella has been adapted many times into live-action movies though only some manage to truely be a hit. I'm going to break down some of my favourite portrayals into my Top 5.
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5. Hillary Duff, A Cinderella Story
Despite it's cringe-worthiness and lack of loyalty to it's source, I still managed to enjoy the movie. Tween icon Hillary Duff is the last thing that comes into my mind when I think of Cinderella but she made a convincing one at that. I think this spot goes to Hillary Duff mostly due to Jennifer Coolidge and Regina King at her company.


4. Drew Barrymore, Ever After
Possibly the most realistic Cinderella adaptation ever, it includes no magic yet I dont miss any Bibbity Bobbity Boos or magic carriages. Drew Barrymore makes a perfectly inspiring and entertaining Cinderella especially considering that the movie was released when most of the female characters were petite and frail Mary-Sues. I applaud the film for it's realistic and historical approach.
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Opinion by deedragongirl posted 2 months ago
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The soundtrack
Hi everyone, this is actually on my favourite deleted song from the movie, Frozen. As I had the Deluxe Edition of the soundtrack and here are my thoughts on which song it should have been in the movie.

We Know Better

This song is actually the origins of how Elsa is a contrast to Anna, who represents the good and evil force in them. It's kind of like the Prologue in Les Miserables as Valjean represents good while Javert represents evil as the story processes.
If the movie had been faithful to the original story, it would have been interesting to see the 2 princesses in these tendencies.

Spring Pageant

The deleted song is more of like the prologue in the movie, although it is a children version of the prophecy unlike in other similar movies that we tend to see it as dark and sinister along the way.
Like how the prologue is shown in Disney's Beauty and the Beast, we have the ominous music where the Prince gets turn into the Beast. I just think if the song were to be feature in the movie, it would give viewers a bad impression about their children performing in their school concerts!
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Opinion by astrid4 posted 2 months ago
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Hi my name is Astrid and i don't know how to be people fan can someone show it to me.my favorite princess of all is Ariel because she is a mermaid my dream has been since i was little to be a mermaid like her or to be like the mermaid melody or a fairy like the Winx i think is possible because if i believe i can do everything and all what i have to do is have fun.my second princess is belle because she is funny and she tolerate people like the beast i want to tolerate people like her.my third princess is Cinderella because she is hard working even after being a princess she is still working as hard other people think that because princess are special they cannot do anything like cook i think they are wrong because a true princess is someone kind,generous.loyal,funny,and hard working. a princess who doesn't have these quality are not a real princess or what a princess should be.i like all the Disney princess because they have all these quality.they are all my favorite i like them all and i want to have all those quality so one day i can become a true princess or a Winx club.I like all the Disney princess, Precure, Winx club author they are the best.Every one of them have these...
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Opinion by WinterSpirit809 posted 2 months ago
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So I'm doing a four part articles, reviewing three Frozen songs:Life's Too Short, More than a Spare and We Know Better, then I'm going to write an article about all the deleted songs and compare them to the songs they kept in the movie.

I will start with Life's Too Short, as it's the most "popular" one, and I will be reviewing the reprise with it.

So do I like it? No, I love it! This in my opinion, is my favorite song out of the whole Frozen soundtrack, I like this song better then the songs that weren't deleted from the movie. Sure, this song would be the one least likely be to fit into the movie out of the ones I'm reviewing (I actually think the rest of the songs would have an even less likely chance).

In my opinion these songs - the original and the reprise- had everything the movie was lacking. It included faults, a realistic sister relationship and a bit more development.

See, my problem with Frozen (Though I still love it), was nothing was anybody's fault. It wasn't Anna's fault, because she had no clue Elsa had powers, it wasn't Elsa's fault, because she didn't have her glove, to conceal it....
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Opinion by deedragongirl posted 2 months ago
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Hans' Austrian cousin.
Hi guys, I thought it would be interesting to compare Hans to another main antagonist from a live action movie The Illusionist, Crown Prince Leopold. As well as their motives and personality.

Crown Prince Leopold

Crown Prince Leopold was actually base on the real-life Crown Prince Rudolf of Austria-Hungary, the only son of Emperor Francis Joseph and Empress Elisabeth (Sissi) of Austria.
Sadly to say, Rudolf allegedly committed suicide along with his 17 years old mistress, Baroness Mary Vetsera at this Hunting Lodge at Mayerling. Known as the Mayerling Incident.
Crown Prince Leopold is actually the opposite of Rudolf, because he is plotting to usurp the Austrian throne and to use his marriage to win the Hungarian half for himself! A young magician steps in and with the help of Leopold's fiance. They expose the Crown Prince and thus committed suicide.

Hans of the Southern Isles

Like Leopold, Hans appear to be a swell guy during his introduction and the song Love is an Open Door. Even when Anna searches for Elsa, it wasn't only until that Anna returns to Arendelle and when his true nature is...
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Opinion by deedragongirl posted 2 months ago
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The Most Beautiful Love Story ever Told!
Hi guys, since the release of Disney's Beauty and the Beast back in 1991. Here are my favourite Pop version of the theme song in no random order and what I think about the song, as well as the singers themselves.

Beauty and the Beast (Celine Dion & Peabo Bryson)

When I first heard the song, I immediately fell in love with it! Especially Celine's voice and the arrangements of it. Peabo Bryson was another amazing singer in his own rights and I was very glad that they were the perfect singers to do this iconic song!
This song has been part of my childhood and I was happy that it is part of the Essential Celine Dion album on my iPod Touch!

Someday My Prince Will Come (Barbra Streisand)

This rendition was another amazing moment, I first started to listen to this version after my American trip back in 2001 when they were promoting the Snow White special edition DVD.
Barbra's voice is once again charms everybody, and I'm very happy that Disney chose her to sing before pop music dominates the whole world later on.
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Fan fiction by KataraLover posted 2 months ago
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Years have gone by and the Tremaine's had been blessed with two little girls. The elder daughter was named Drizella, after her late grandmother, the Lady Drizella Tremaine. She had curly brown hair, dark eyes, a pointy nose, thin red lips, and wore green a lot with a big blue boy in her hair. She wasn't very pretty but she wasn't ugly either, she was only plainly pretty. She resembled her late grandmother and a little bit from her mother. She also was also very much like her grandmother because of her snobbish attitude and love for the more superficial things in life. However, she didn't inherit her grandmother's grace, class, or elegance. She was very clumsy, aggressive, and had horrible table manners. She would make her mother cringe with the way she ate like the pigs she fed on the farm. Victoria, now preferring to have people call her Lady Tremaine, had also become more like her mother-in-law, except unlike her daughter, also had the class and sophistication of her mother-in-law.
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Fan fiction by KataraLover posted 2 months ago
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Once upon a time in a faraway land, there was a tiny kingdom. Peaceful, prosperous, and rich in romance in tradition. There was a small farm that lived a humble farmer, and his daughter, Victoria. The Farmer was a kind and hardworking man that preferred the simple life as a farmer. However, his daughter was far from content with life as a farmer's daughter and desired for more in life. Before her mother died, she had her daughter promise her that she would be more than just a simple peasant girl. That she would have a better life for herself one day, along with her future children. Unfortunately, Victoria has never had the chance to improve her social class or to keep her mother's promise. But she knew why her mother named her Victoria, because she knew one day she would be victorious in becoming more than just a farmer's daughter.

The Farmer had been working hard on the farm since the sunrise, mainly working on his crop. He noticed his daughter was being sloppy in her chores, as usual. She was never good with the farm animals, especially when it came to feeding the pigs because she would always get dirtier than she already was. The Farmer never cared much about...
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Opinion by deedragongirl posted 2 months ago
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The one that started it all!
Finally, after my European coverage made it to the front page of Fanpop. Here are the delegates from the Americas and my final opinion on my favourite Let It Go rendition!

English (Voice Actress: Idina Menzel)

The original version that started it all! I started to know Idina in Disney's Enchanted and from what I've heard is that there was a 'deleted' song written especially for her in that movie, I was really disappointed that it did not make it to the final cut.
Then, my younger brother got the original Broadway cast of Wicked and I was blown away by Idina's rendition of Defying Gravity and No Good Deed while listening to them on my iPod Touch! So congratulations to Idina on your portrayal of Elsa and Elphaba! (ratings:10/10)

Latin American Spanish (Voice Actress: Carmen Sarahi)

I absolutely love the Spanish language because it's so unique! Especially when it comes to Disney dub, the only non-Disney dub that I like is Don Bluth's Anastasia with Thalia providing the singing voice of the title character.
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Opinion by deedragongirl posted 2 months ago
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Elsa, where are you? In Saudi Arabia?
Alright! After gallivanting across Europe, let's travel to the Middle East to meet with our Elsa there. As she enjoys doing Belly Dancing and seeing Jerusalem!

Persian (Voice Actress: Soodeh Fekri)

This newly dub is very young and youthful, this is the one of the rarest thing in the whole Middle Eastern countries and I'm glad they found a singer who could voice actress. However, it's the chorus that's needs more improvement, especially the first chorus. (ratings:7/10)

Arabic (Voice Actress: Nesma Mahgoub)

The language is very vast and mysterious, it's really fits Elsa a lot, especially her voice because she sounds bouncy and yet very Arabic. So, good job Nesma! (ratings:10/10)

Hebrew (Voice Actress: Mona Mor)

Now, a lot of people actually say that Mona sounds a lot like Idina Menzel. But I don't think so, she sounds slightly better than Idina's rendition of Elsa. In particular her singing.
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Opinion by deedragongirl posted 2 months ago
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Team Europe!!
Okay, like I promise, here is the European team of Elsa and their performance on the song Let It Go! So are you ready? Here we go.

Catalan (Voice Actress: Gisela)

Ok, I'm not really a fan of Catalan, well maybe because it's new and especially when it comes to Disney (or non-Disney) dubs.
Gisela has an amazing voice, so I'm going to give her a round of applause for her Catalan dubbing. (ratings: 8/10)

Italian (Voice Actress: Serena Autieri)

I really love Italian because it's such a beautiful language, Serena's portrayal of Elsa is really extraordinary perfect. She nailed the song without auto-tune!
Her voice is perfect for Elsa and I think she's the strong contender among all of the European batch! So good luck or as I said in Italian: Buona Fortuna! (ratings: 10/10)

Czech (Voice Actress: Monika Absolonova)

The first Slavic dub that I really enjoy listening, her voice is very superb and her rendition is amazing! She's another strong contender for the European batch and I strongly salute her for that.
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Opinion by deedragongirl posted 2 months ago
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Oh my Elsa! We know that you are excited!
Hi everyone, this article is focus my personal favourite of the Asian Elsa. I'll also put the ratings from 1 to 10 and what I think about their voices, now their singing is base on their performances on Elsa's signature song, Let it Go.

Cantonese (Voice Actress: Jobelle Ubalde)

This has gotta to be the worse dub of any Disney movie ever! I hope that there will be no more Cantonese dub for future Disney movies, the choice for this actress is ridiculous.
She sounds like she's having a nasal while singing and most of the time it's like out of tune! So sorry to all of my friends from Hong Kong, but I'll have to give her a very low rating. (ratings: 0/10)

Taiwanese Mandarin (Voice Actress: "Shennio" Lin Hsin-Yi)

She sounds relatively young here, and I think this is how Elsa should sound like and I'm quite impressed with her rendition of the signature song.
Although at times she sounds a bit pitchy, but I'll give her a chance unlike her Cantonese counterpart. (ratings: 8.5/10)
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Opinion by deedragongirl posted 3 months ago
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The Cast of Beauty and the Beast.
Hi everyone, I thought that it would interesting to write about my personal expectations for the upcoming live-action reboot of Disney's Beauty and the Beast coming up next year. The article will highlight on my thoughts and impressions on the actors and the music.

The Casts

One of the things about the casts itself are the famous title characters, when I heard that Emma Watson was cast as Belle. I was impressed about this decision because she's trying to avoid the typecast of Hermione Granger from Harry Potter. It is also her first movie debut with Disney!
The beast on the other hand, is none other than Dan Stevens. Who was Lily James's Downton Abbey costar, I was skeptical about the casting decision because he has the looks for Prince Adam. But, I would go for either Joaquin Phoenix or Gerard Butler, most likely the latter after his portrayal as the Phantom in the 2004 Phantom of the Opera.
The others like Lumiere and Cogsworth are superb, especially for Ewan Mcgregor who has been having trouble with his French accent! But, I hope he plays Lumiere just like how Jerry Orbach portrayed him in the 1991 animated film.
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List by deedragongirl posted 3 months ago
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Romy Schneider as Sissi
Hi guys, I noticed that the Disney Princess poll that you guys want to know what Disney should do about making a real-life princess. Here are the list of real-life princess and how Disney should make it into a movie about them, I'll also write down their real-life story as well.

1. Empress Elisabeth of Austria-Hungary (Sisi)

I first discovered her while I was watching Andrew Lloyd Webber's Phantom of the Opera in 2004, it wasn't only until that I saw the Francis Xavier Winterhalter's portrait of her in her signature star clips that Christine's dress was base on during my holiday in Vienna, Austria.
It was when I started to know about the famous Sissi Trilogy with the late Austrian actress, Romy Schneider. However, her real-life was much compare to Princess Diana. This was because she was not use to the strict protocol to the Imperial Vienna Court, her relationship with her mother-in-law (ironically her aunt) was not good due to a number of things.
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Opinion by WinterSpirit809 posted 3 months ago
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I have already done this, a few months ago actually and I decided to do it again. My opinion has changed a lot, because a lot of people have made good points and so many of these good points have changed my opinion quite s bit.

13. Aurora






It's not so much that I dislike her, it's just I found her kind of bland in her movie. She was boring, though I enjoyed her sweet personality. I get she had to sleep, it was simply a part of her story, but I just didn't get to know her much. I know it sounds kind of unfair, but I find it hard to place her higher.

12. Pocahontas






I don't dislike her either, and I don't give a fuck if her movie is "historically accurate" this is Disney, after all and it's not going to be 100% historically accurate. I just don't find her that interesting, and the more I watch her movie, the more boring it gets for me. It's hard because my family loves it but I have a hard time watching her story.
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Opinion by deedragongirl posted 3 months ago
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Who do you choose? Live-action reboot or Animated???
So, since Disney has release 2 live-action reboots of their Disney classic animated feature. Here is what I think about which movie is better, as well as their animated counterparts.

Cinderella (1950 & 2015)

I would definitely go for the live-action version, as mentioned in my previous articles. Ella has more personality compare to her animated counterpart, and of course, less screen-time for the mice.
However, no Bruno the dog! Also, no songs in it. I wish it was, but on the other hand, the producers and Kenneth Brannagh didn't want the movie to be to close to its original 1950 animated version.
I was also very neutral that the 2 stepsisters in the reboot were tone done for comic relief, whereas in their animated version. They're like torture machines! Especially the dress-ripping scene.
Lady Tremaine was very faithful to her namesake version, and I love it! Although there were more evilness in the 2015 version.
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Opinion by TheMusicalMolls posted 3 months ago
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I haven't done a ranking in a while, so here ya go. This article is dedicated to the amazing animators of Disney who gave us wonderful character designs and, sadly, unrealistic hair expectations! (*cries because my hair will never be as cool as DP hair*)

That being said, although every princess has beautiful hair, some manes are better than others. This is my opinion of their hairstyles, ranked worst to best.

12. Tiana



I find Tiana's hairstyles quite disappointing. As the first black princess, and being absolutely gorgeous at that, the animators could have done lots of cool things with letting her hair out naturally. But instead, they kept it in a bun the whole time she's a human! Granted, she did have different types of buns for her. But they aren't special enough in their variation to even be remembered as different. Her bun does fit her work and personality, but really they could have let her hair out during the costume party or wedding. I think everyone can agree that we would love to see Tiana's curly hair.
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Opinion by deedragongirl posted 3 months ago
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The cast!
Hi guys, since Frozen has took the world by storm, this article is basically about my initial impressions about the story-line, the songs and music, as well as the art and characters' designs back in 2003, 10 years before the movie that took the world by storm.

The Story

When I first heard that Disney was going to adapt the Snow Queen, my first impression was that it was going to be faithful towards the original story by Hans Christian Anderson. Secondly, I thought that it was about 2 sisters who one of them discover to have ice powers, according to a prophecy, were separated since they were babies and when they grow up. They discover that they were long-lost sisters, like Luke Skywalker and Darth Vader moment.
Also, I thought that Elsa's character was going to be like the Snow Queen in one of those Sailor Moon movies to which I can't remember which one it is! I always thought that she was going to be the baddie as I had read one of the articles on the front page, a very interesting theory of why Elsa could be a good antagonist.
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Opinion by ace2000 posted 3 months ago
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Hi everyone!

In this article, I’m going to compare two movies from the Disney Revival, one revolving around a lost princess with magical golden hair, and the other revolving around two sisters, one of whom is a queen with ice powers.

Part A.    Which is the "better" movie?

Tangled has a more cohesive plot and seems to me to have deeper characters that interact superbly with each other. Emotions and thoughts were successfully conveyed with an abundance of facial expressions. The hair animation was astounding, but the skin and eyes could sometimes seem plastic-like or lifeless. The songs… sigh. Although I’m not sure any one of them could be called showstopping – unless “Mother Knows Best” had instead been sung in a higher key – I found them either beautiful, catchy, or at least humorous ("I’ve Got a Dream").
Frozen has a plot that's rather muddled, and since lots of things are happening at a very fast pace, there's less time to get to understand the characters. Interactions between them also seemed to me more unrealistic than in Tangled (ex: the time Anna and Elsa spent together before the...
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Opinion by WinterSpirit809 posted 3 months ago
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I know it was a while ago since I promised I would defend the Disney Princesses, but it's been hard trying to figure out how to set it up.

Snow White's voice is annoying

Remember, this is a reason why people don't like her. Snow White is always shunned and for shallow reasons like this. Her looks are also insulted as well as her dress.THESE ARE NO REASONS TO HATE A PRINCESSES!!! I'm sorry for hitting the all caps button, but it's extremely annoying when people judge a princess by her looks and voice. It's like hating someone in real life because they're fat or they're ugly. I guess I have no right to tell people how to judge princesses, but I really wish people would judge based on personality, instead of looks.

Elsa is selfish and a coward




Sadly, I was one of those people who used to think this. I don't see how Elsa is selfish, considering everything she did was for the sake of others. Locking her self up and assuming running away from Arendelle. Trust me, I once thought so too, but she left Arendelle because she thought she was a danger to the kingdom, and she...
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Opinion by touchingthesky posted 3 months ago
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12) The Princess and the Frog
I'm not positive but I think this has a somewhat large fanbase on Fanpop? Even if it doesn't, I don't think that I'll ever adore this film. I'll start with the positives. I LOVE Down in New Orleans and basically the whole beginning. When Tiana is human, it's actually very entertaining. I adore Lottie, and it just is, for lack of better word, better during this part of the film. It's funnier and much, much less obnoxious. I like Facilier and Tiana and Naveen is hilarious at times, but the second half of the film...oh lord. It's so annoying...half the time I can't make it through it. I despise Ray, Louis can be funny but is mostly irritating, Mama Odie leaves no impact on me, and Lawrence is similar to Louis. Ray is the worst though. The voice (I love Jim Cummings, don't get me wrong), the stupid jokes, and his cheesy death... AAAAAAHHH. Sorry but boy does he tick me off. Not to mention, the shaky plot and moral...this movie doesn't add up for me. I don't hate it! Lottie is awesome and there are some nice bits... but it's just that:bits. I've only seen it 3 times, being the only DP movie I don't own. I don't really love any aspect f it...
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Article by deedragongirl posted 3 months ago
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Me in Taiping 2011
Hi everyone, since there are some newcomers here. I thought that I would like to introduce myself.

Name: Dee Nagara

D.O.B: 30/3/1988 (yes, I share a birthday with Celine Dion and 20 years apart)

Country: Malaysia

City: Ipoh

Interesting facts: I'm a left hander, I met former Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir as a little girl. I'm a family friend with the Bond girl Michelle Yeoh. I love musicals as I grew up listening to them, I have 1 younger brother who is autistic and loves classical music, especially opera. I have Asperger's Syndrome too and I'm slowly outgrowing it.

Hobby: Traveling, meeting new people, music, writing, photography, reading and learning a new language.

Language that I love to learn: Korean, Japanese, Italian, German, French, Spanish, Mandarin Chinese and Thai

Positive Character traits: Funny, kind-hearted, witty, adventurous, occasionally observant
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Opinion by sweetie-94 posted 3 months ago
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My 2nd Valentine's Day themed article and this time it's about my top 10 most romantic DP Movie Moments, hope you'll like this article

10. Pocahontas & John Smith shares their first kiss

This was a risky move considering what happened afterwards and considering that they didn't get as much privacy as they wanted, but wow, this scene is so beautiful and romantic, the music is amazing here and the kiss is quite passionate

9. Eric shows Ariel his kingdom

I feel like one of few who doesn't find the boat ride scene to be romantic, it's more of a silly scene and the song isn't even romantic imo, but this scene is quite romantic, yes, it's a bit silly, but considering Ariel is new to the human world it makes sense, but the sillyness isn't too over the top and doesn't take away the romantic part. I especially find the part where they're dancing to be romantic, Ariel is a surprisingly great dancer considering she hasn't been human for so long
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Opinion by deedragongirl posted 3 months ago
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Love is everywhere!
Hi guys, since Valentine's Day is coming up after Chinese New Year. I thought that it would be nice for me to write this article since I have loads of great love songs on my iPod Touch. This article is base on the love songs that suits the Disney Princess with their respective princes and the reasons why, if you have any suggestions or opinions, go ahead! I will not include Merida and Elsa in since they don't have a love interest.


Snow White & Prince Ferdinand

Song: Love Story by Taylor Swift

I chose this because the lyrics and the music video fits perfectly for them, since Snow White is like a Damsel in Distress.

Ella/ Cinderella & Prince Kit/ Prince Charming

Song:Can't Have Falling in Love with You by Elvis Presley

In the live-action version, they first met at the forest during the hunt and Ella falls head over heels with Prince Kit. Ella doesn't give up her hopes on finding her dreams and love.
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Opinion by sweetie-94 posted 3 months ago
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Since it's Valentine's Day soon I decided to write a few articles relating to that and I decided to do a list of my favorite DP Couples, fittingly enough the last time I did this list was around this time last year, since then my list has changed a slight bit. Hope you'll like this article

11. Mulan & Shang

Imo they're more best friends than a couple, their first meeting is hilarious though and I love how Mulan isn't afraid to show off her feelings for Shang in a subtle way and how Shang chose to not kill Mulan despite the fact that women wheren't allowed in the army, it shows that they did love each other and later Shang returns the helmet to the Fa family and Mulan asks if he would like to stay for dinner to which he answers yes. It may sound romantic, but to me this is more of a best friend thing and that's why I couldn't place them any higher

10. Jasmine & Aladdin

Out of the real couples this is my least favorite DP Couple, nothing interests me about them as a couple, Aladdin lies several times and they're far too different from each other imo
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Opinion by WinterSpirit809 posted 3 months ago
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While I understand Frozen isn't the most well loved movie on Fanpop, that doesn't keep me from adoring the protagonist a anymore.

It's strange because I keep on finding her sister, Elsa in the bottom two of my Disney Princess list. I admit that is kind of biased, because I have nothing wrong with her character- but her fans basically ruined her for me.

Enough about Elsa! This article is about Anna!

First of me explain how much Anna is like me- we have similar personalities, I can personally relate to her flaws and loneliness. I too can be known to fall for the first nice guy I know, and end up hurt in the end. So many people get pissed at how fast she fell in love, but I actually think that was Disney's way of making a realistic teenager (even if technically in present day America she would be a legal adult.

A lot of teenagers are quick to fall in love, judging a man by his appearance, so I think this is a common flaw. Flaws are something characters need to make them interesting. They need something to grow from, and I think people hate Anna for needing a man.
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Opinion by deedragongirl posted 3 months ago
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Hi everyone, this article is fairly about all of you guys here on Fanpop and what I think about you all. It's coming to 6 years already since I have been on Fanpop and I'm very gracious and blessed at the same time that I got all of you, first and foremost no hard feelings alright. If I get your genders or personal details wrong, please feel free to correct me.

KataraLover

Chris has always inspire me to write interesting articles here on Fanpop, he's very straightforward and yet an interesting character, I really appreciate that from the bottom of my heart.

Alexon31

Alejandro is another vibrant guy from Mexico, although he's not on here most of the time, we do keep in contact with each other and he's very helpful at the same time. He talks to me about his country and at the same time, I have always want to go to Mexico City.

CroMulanFav

Although I no longer see her here, despite being busy with our lives. She's also very straightforward and tends not to be like Simon Cowell or Tyra Banks!
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Opinion by audreybrooke posted 3 months ago
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Type Three, "The Achiever"
Introduction: Understanding the Enneagram

So, the Enneagram is a pretty complicated system of classifying personalities. Basically, everyone has a core type, expressed as a number of One through Nine. This is the most straightforward description of someone’s personality.

Here’s a basic rundown of each type:
1: perfectionistic, rational, idealistic
2: generous, warm-hearted, nurturing
3: ambitious, image-conscious, charming
4: sensitive, dreamy, moody
5: cerebral, perceptive, analytical
6: trustworthy, loyal, brave
7: fun-loving, enthusiastic, lively
8: assertive, strong, self-confident
9: peace-making, nonjudgmental, serene

From there, it gets a bit more complex. Most people also display traits of the numbers immediately adjacent to theirs (I'll refer to these as "wings"). Let’s say you’re an easygoing Nine, for example. If you’re assertive when push comes to shove, then you probably have a wing of Eight, written as 9w8. But if you’re more perfectionistic, you’re probably a 9w1 instead. The only possible wings for any given type are the numbers...
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Opinion by audreybrooke posted 3 months ago
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Type Two, "The Helper"
Hello, everyone! This is the first installment of my new series analyzing the DPs' personalities according to the Enneagram system.

Introduction: Understanding the Enneagram

So, the Enneagram is a pretty complicated system of classifying personalities. Basically, everyone has a core type, expressed as a number of One through Nine. This is the most straightforward description of someone’s personality.

Here’s a basic rundown of each type:
1: perfectionistic, rational, idealistic
2: generous, warm-hearted, nurturing
3: ambitious, image-conscious, charming
4: sensitive, dreamy, moody
5: cerebral, perceptive, analytical
6: trustworthy, loyal, brave
7: fun-loving, enthusiastic, lively
8: assertive, strong, self-confident
9: peace-making, nonjudgmental, serene

From there, it gets a bit more complex. Most people also display traits of the numbers immediately adjacent to theirs (I'll refer to these as "wings"). Let’s say you’re an easygoing Nine, for example. If you’re assertive when push comes to shove, then you probably have a wing of...
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Opinion by AudreyFreak posted 3 months ago
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I know she's always typed as an Intuitive, especially an ENFP, and it's understandable why; I had once typed her as an ENFJ myself. She does, after all, just "know" the lights are "meant for me!" But is that really indicative of someone with strong intuitive preference? I think it's because this tendency for people to type nerdy/quirky/silly ESFJs as ENFPs, not only Rapunzel but characters like Steven Universe. It gets frustrating because that just implies only intuitives are inherently imaginative.

Anyway, to the typing:



Extroverted Feeling (Fe): Rapunzel is very warm to everyone she meets. She's a people-person and likes to create a happy environment at home for Gothel. She is charismatic and easily inspires others- she gets everyone at the Snuggly Duckling to open up their feelings to her. She's very friendly and you'd be hard-pressed to find a single person in the movie who dislikes her at all (even Gothel goes out of her way to make her happy for her birthday). Due to the fact that she's something of a people-pleaser, this leads Rapunzel to need validation from others, and feel insecure if she...
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Opinion by wavesurf posted 4 months ago
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Frankly, I have been trying to galvanize myself to write articles. Honestly, this is a “task” for me, because I know myself way too well. I analyze everything that comes into my life: events, relationships, people, movies, books, etc. I know that this is a quirky habit that makes me irritating to some people, especially when I emerge with views that are clearly not the ones that others have. However, I am going to freely offer up my opinions, even if they are completely different from the opinions of the masses. I'm not going to agree on certain things. Everyone has to live with one another and "adjust."
    In the last article, which was written more than a year ago now, I spoke of my encounter with Frozen ( link). In it, I spoke of why I had such difficulty understanding that movie. I spoke of my real disconnect over the furor surrounding Elsa. I spoke of my complete disgust at Jennifer Lee’s horrible screenwriting, and my chagrin over the Lopezs’ inane...
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Opinion by hatelarxene posted 4 months ago
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I know we've probably had an excess of these over the last few months, but I don't care. In my humble opinion, there can never be too many articles defending Walt's girls. I believe Snow White, Cinderella, and Aurora just as much praise and recognition as any of the Modern or Renaissance princesses. The three classic Princesses receive a large amount of criticism. They include "weak", "passive", "need a man to save them", "boring", "do nothing", "need a man to save them", among others (that last reason is so incredibly stupid and sexist). These "arguments" are beyond cliché, mind-numbing, and REPETITIVE. Actually, I would think that showing kindness, dreaming, singing, dancing, cooking, and doing chores would qualify as "something", but apparently they don't. Again, I just don't get it!
They are no worse than the characters of today. Actually, they're better than some of the characters today. Have you people seen Bella Swan in action? Or Ally Dawson?

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Opinion by deedragongirl posted 4 months ago
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I wish she was like this in the film!!!!
Hi guys, while I had written about both versions of Disney's Cinderella. I thought that I write about both Sleeping Beauty and Maleficent, unlike Cinderella, both stories are based on different perspectives from 2 different characters. I thought that this article would be somewhat a bit different. Also, in this article I'll also be telling what I like & dislike about both movies like what I did with Cinderella. If you guys disagree, I don't mind at all.

The Prologue

Okay, I felt that the prologue itself was actually base on Maleficent's childhood and it was when I started thinking "since when did Maleficent has wings?". I also thought that it was a backstory of how she became a vengeful person!
However, in the original 1959 version, she doesn't have wings during her introduction and she just appear in front of the family and their subjects during Aurora's baptism. I always thought she has magical powers since her childhood days. (1959 version)
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Opinion by AudreyFreak posted 4 months ago
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I'm a bit uncertain if she's N over S, but I'm not sure I see her use Ni instead of Ne.



Extroverted Intuition (Ne): Anna is a big dreamer. Lacking experiencing with romantic relationships and knowing none other than her parents' happy marriage and fairy tales, she romanticizes romance. It is her idealization of what she yearns for that ultimately almost gets herself killed. Elsa is at least as sheltered but still knows not to jump into that true love stuff (though to be fair, Elsa is being more scared than sensible here). She is hugely optimistic and passionately pursues the idea of love after years of loneliness. She spontaneously comes up with new ideas and plans without much logic behind them- marry Hans to escape misery? Go track Elsa down in the middle of the night with wolves around? Bribe some strange, rude ice harvester into guiding her? Cut the rope and HOPE they land softly? Sure!


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Opinion by ezilo25 posted 4 months ago
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Hello everyone!
I'm ezilo25 and this is my very first article on this site! I wanted to do something special, and since I have read the Grimms Tale in German my whole life, I wanted to do a comparison of disney movie adaptations and the Tales of Grimm. So, let's get started! Oh, and excuse me if I do grammatical
mistakes, I'm french, so please forgive me!

Cinderella

Oh, Cinderelli... I adore the Disney character, I am passionate about the animation movie, but I am in love with Aschenputtel, the Grimms version of the Cinderella. Yes, I know, the movie is inspired by the Perrault version, which I also love, but since Aschenputtel influenced the making of the movie, I wanted to ad this one to the list, I thought it might interest you!
There are various differences between the two, the first one being the tone: indeed, Aschenputtel is such a cruel tale! First off, the father doesn’t die, he just treats poor Cindy just like the step family treats her: cruelly, completely denying her value. Plus, when the prince comes to seek the woman who lost the shoe, the father initially doesn't want to let his daughter try the shoe on,...
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Opinion by SnowQueenElsa1 posted 4 months ago
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My top favorite princess has got to be Elsa. I love her so much because of her ice powers and popularity. In every store I go to I see something Frozen. I like that a lot. That is why I love Elsa. Also, The colors in the movie along with the graphics are amazing because it looks so realistic. It is also amazing how Elsa's ice palace looks so cool and fits with her. It's just amazing. All of the other princesses are good too but elsa is the best one and the most powerful. I hope you all subscribe! And make sure you visit my page!
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Opinion by PrincessAyeka12 posted 4 months ago
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Shop til you drop ladies!
I love shopping! It's one of my favourite hobbies. I once did this for a poll, a couple of years ago. I thought I'd take it a step further. So this is completely in my opinion. This about choosing shops that match their personalities and other little details about them like how they decorate a home or what their hobbies are for example. The shops that I've chosen are the ones I visit, have walked past, visited online or have actually shopped in.

I've added one extra for Jasmine. One of my friends mentioned it. I checked it out online and I'm very happy with it. I hope you will be too.


Ariel



Debenhams has a colourful swimwear collection. They have patterned and plain bold or pretty coloured full swimming costumes or bikinis and beautiful sarongs. I think would be Ariel's favourite part of the shop.




Young at heart. Ariel would spend hours in here. I can see her hanging around the barbie doll section. Buying different collections of Barbie clothes and even buying Barbie Mermaids to play with in the bath.
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Opinion by deedragongirl posted 4 months ago
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Ksenia Sukhinova (Miss World 2008 from Russia)
Hi guys, I have been wanting to write this article for a long time, since I'm also a beauty pageant fan myself too. I thought that it would be interesting to write about which Disney Princess do they look like and why. If you guys have your opinion, you're most likely welcome to write it down! Here are some of my favourite Miss Universe/ Miss World winners and their striking resemblance to the Disney Princesses.


Ksenia Sukhinova (Miss World 2008, Russia)

This Russian beauty has combo of Cinderella and Princess Aurora, but most likely the latter because of their similar facial features and long hair. The way she smiles is like 10% of Cinderella with 90% of Aurora.


Kaiane Aldorino (Miss World 2009, Gibraltar)

She reminds me a lot of Pocahontas and Jasmine, this is mainly because of their skin complex. I have to say that Kaiane is actually prettier than Pocahontas, but she has 20% of her features!
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Opinion by AudreyFreak posted 4 months ago
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I find that Snow has the opposite problem as Elsa: she is frequently just typed as a sensor (because you know, she's all traditional and not adventurous and likes to cook and all that boring sensor stuff, right?). There's a lot of bias and stereotyping with MBTI fans, and I used to be guilty of it too (OK, sometimes I still am). though to be fair, I think Snow IS a little underdeveloped in ways, so she could really be interpreted either way. However, I'll explain why I think she uses Ni over Si.



Extraverted Feeling (Fe): No doubt about it, Snow White is warm, caring, and a social butterfly. She enjoys engaging with others, even the forest animals, and having parties. When she first arrives at the cottage, she immediately sympathizes with the "orphans" living there. She immediately warms up to the Dwarfs and takes over their little cottage like it's her own business as a mother figure. She's outspoken and honest. After being treated like a slave by her only family member, she still wishes to find love and hear "the nice things he'll say". In addition to that, her prayer to make Grumpy like her indicates she...
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Opinion by AudreyFreak posted 4 months ago
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Hey, I know I've done, like, two different MBTI posts, but now that I understand it so much better (ie I know it's all about the cognitive functions [Fe, Fi, etc.], NOT the preferences [I, E, T, F, etc.] with which you use to type people) I decided to tackle the Princesses again. For one thing, I think I can explain my reasoning for each typing better if they each get their own post with more room for details, and for another, I think a got a couple typings wrong (also, I've had months-long writer's block at this place but want to write something anyway). so, here we go. tell me what you think! and feel free to check out my other typings at my blog link

Also, as a note: Elsa is ALWAYS typed as an INFJ or even an INTJ but there's no way she's an Intuitive. I think that's the whole problem; she lives in the past and worries so much she fails to see the bigger picture. I'm surprised she gets those typings so much because her problem is extremely sensor-y! But anyway-
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Opinion by TheMusicalMolls posted 4 months ago
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In their movie, Aladdin really loves and respects Jasmine.
I have seen that many people on Fanpop dislike Jasmine, or at least don't give her much credit. She happens to be my 2nd favorite princess, and I just love how confident and adventurous she is. Here I will explain why I like her and deliver on some common things said against Jasmine.

Here are my favorite things about Jasmine:

She always stands up for herself. I love Jasmine's style- she always stands up for herself and what she believes in. I don't think she's rude, selfish or unappreciative- how would you feel if you were trapped your whole life and forced to marry a pompous jerk who doesn't care about you? She might not have to clean all day like Cinderella or Snow White, but Jasmine has issues too, and she decided to stand up for herself when she was being treated like property.

She's adventurous. I can relate to this, because, although I love my mid-sized town, I often get bored of it, I long to see the world. Jasmine has it much worse, because she has been stuck in the palace her whole life! She wants to get out and see all there is to see, do all there is to do. Some may argue that she has everything, but she knows...
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Article by TheMusicalMolls posted 4 months ago
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Take a look at this scene from Beauty and the Beast:



Do you notice something about their bangs???

If you see what I see, you'd notice that their bangs look the same as (from left to right) Jasmine's, Belle's and Ariel's, three popular princesses from the late 80s to early 90s.

Perhaps this is a reference to the princesses before, in and after the movie, or it's just a coincidence of popular Disney female hairstyles.

What do you think?

Leave a message in the comments and let me know your opinion!
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Review by TheMusicalMolls posted 4 months ago
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My friend Rowan (Bubblegum139) recently joined Fanpop, and to get her off to a good start I'll write about her! This is her page: link I hope you guys give her a warm welcome :)

With Rowan/Bubblegum139, there's lots of fun and games to be had. She is a really fun person to hang out with, and is very crazy. She's also smart and in advanced classes. She is friendly, cool and funny. She likes to post weird selfies and make up dance moves. Here are some quotes about Rowan/Bubblegum139 from people who know her:

"She's weird and crazy. Rowan likes quadricorns."

"She scares me sometimes!"

"She's crazy, but Rowan's very nice. She's very full of energy."

That's what I have to say about Bubblegum139!

*P.S Everyone knows to never give Rowan scissors...*
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Guide by TheMusicalMolls posted 4 months ago
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So, I saw that there were a lot of "getting to know you" articles, so I decided to make one myself!

My name is Molly. I live in the Midwestern United States, which I am proud of. We Midwesterners are tough! We can get a huge thunderstorm or lots of snow and be like, "No big deal. We get this all the time!"

I am in advanced classes at school and usually get straight A's. My favorite classes are.... pretty much all of them, except P.E and art! (I love art, but I don't really enjoy the activities in art class, and my fellow students act very immature in those classes.) I realize I sound like a stereotypical "nerd" type in that sentence (well, in some ways I am one!), but I actually enjoy a lot of those because I have friends in them. My ABSOLUTE favorite, however is... wait for it... SHOW CHOIR! *jazz hands*

As I said in the previous paragraph, I love show choir, and most performing arts at that. I am very involved in about every musical theater performance I can get my hands on; in fact, theater is my favorite thing in life and I am OBSESSED with it! I am in an intensive musical theater group that performs a few songs from a musical...
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Opinion by WinterSpirit809 posted 4 months ago
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I posted this on the Frizen fan club while back and now I'm posting it here.

Everyone on here that knows pretty much knows how much I love Anna and despise Elsa. I mean, I certainly like Elsa more than I did when I joined in July, but I really hated her when I joined. So that's not saying much.

Right now, Elsa is twelfth place on my Disney Princesses as opposed to thirteenth place like she was when I first joined, while Anna made it to the top, instead of second place. So, both have moved up on my list, but Anna is still way in front of Elsa on my list.

It may not come as a surprise, since Elsa is the most hated Disney Princess on Fanpop. But I don't dislike her because of the most common reasons like she's a coward (I used to think this though) or she's an introvert. No, I get there was a reason for everything. No, I disike her because of her fans.





But this is not an Elsa hate article, it's a comparison article. So, I will save my rage for another time.
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Review by TheMusicalMolls posted 4 months ago
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If you've never seen it, "Frozen - A Musical Feat. Disney Princesses" is a Youtube video by Youtube user AVbyte. To form an opinion on it, you should watch it at this link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CtyOC6ayKoU

I already posted a not-so-popular forum post about it, which I quote here: [i]"Has anyone seen the video "Elsa- I Don't Need a Man"? In this video, Elsa sings to the classic-er princesses (Snow White, Cinderella, Aurora, Ariel, Belle, and Jasmine) It infuriates me for two reasons.

1. She shames the other princesses for falling in love/wanting to fall in love. For one, not all of them were lovesick ninnies- Belle and Jasmine wanted adventure, Belle didn't let Gaston woo her, and Jasmine didn't appreciate being treated like a prize. And is it really so bad that the others fell in love? They were classic fairytale movies made in a classic time period. Their love stories were unrealistic, yes, but Elsa should not shame them because they were products of their time.
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Opinion by WinterSpirit809 posted 4 months ago
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I've seen a lot of people do this so I thought "why not? I'll do it too!" I really want you guys to know a bit about me but I think most of you think I'm a bitch.

Let's see I don't know where to start...

I'm turning fifteen next month, I live in the St. Louis area and I have been moving around my whole life. I was adopted at the age of 4 by my aunt and uncle because my biological mom couldn't take care of me. I have two little sisters and a dog, a cat and parents.

I'm in my school marching band and concert band (it's too cold for marching), where I play the trumpet. I have many friends in band and that's where I met my closest friends.

I'm a Freshman in high school, but I want to be a music director as an adult, even if it's not a high-paying job.

Anyway I suffer from depression and social anxiety, which is why I spend so much time on this site, because I can talk to people I don't know, so they can't really judge me. Over the summer, I almost killed myself for personal reasons. Music and being able to play my trumpet are a few things that actually makes me happy.
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Opinion by anukriti2409 posted 5 months ago
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Hello everyone, I thought since new year's here, I might share some of my likings and dislikings with everyone on this club. I've been on Fanpop since few months and fairly active on DP club so i thought its good time to officially introduce myself.

My name is what my id is, Anukriti. It's a Sanskrit name which means "small creation". I'm a married working woman. I work in advertising/marketing industry and i love communication in all forms. I mostly design and create communication ideas for various brands. I hope to work for Disney someday.
2409 is my birthdate - 24th sept.
age: 28

I live with my husband. My side of family consists of my parents and 1 elder brother who is in Indian Army. My husband's side has his parents and 1 elder sister who is a curator in National Museum. Both our parents are now retired. I have been born and brought up in India but I have traveled to many places abroad and within India - USA, UK, Ireland, Malaysia, Hongkong, Thailand, Dubai, Sri Lanka and most of India except North-east. My dream is to travel the whole world.
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Guide by TheMusicalMolls posted 5 months ago
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Who doesn't love travel?

Well, I mean, I'm sure there are people who, beyond my comprehension, don't enjoy exploring other parts of the big wide world. But I love travel. And I'm sure the Princesses would too. So here are the places the Disney Princesses would enjoy vacationing to. *Disclaimer: I have never been to these cities, so if I sound stupid, have mercy! I got most of my information from the internet.*

Snow White: Glorenza (Glurns), Italy

Snow White would love to visit this tiny town in northern Italy, near the border with Switzerland. Since it is so small, with a population of only around 894 (2014 estimate), Snow's sweet personality would be right at home. It has beautiful mountains, which she would love to hike around to enjoy the nature, and since Snow is from Germany, she would get along quite well since most of the village speaks German. The village has strong German influence also.

Snow White would fly from Munich to Milan (then traveling by road to Glorenza) with a layover in Zurich, via Swiss Global Airlines. Here are some outfits she might wear for her trip:...
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Opinion by touchingthesky posted 5 months ago
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Hi everyone! This is my first article on my new account. It's your standard favorite princess article, but I figured it's always easy to read. Ehhh...I'd rather not argue about a totally opinionated article but I'm totally open to any questions you have about any of the lazy points I made... Oh, Anna and Elsa aren't included because I don't think they'll ever be official DPs, but I included where they'd be at the end of the article. Oh and sorry for the lack of pictures...but you know...I'm too lazy. Sorry.But anyway,enjoy!!

11) Pocahontas
The only princess I kind of mildly dislike. Why? In one word, boring. She takes all of Ariel and Belle's traits, and then spins them into a boring mess and bland dialogue and emotionless tone. I'm sorry but even though she does awesome things (the cliff jumping<3) she is so, so dull I can't get into her story. I may be the most crying prone person on the planet. Frosty the Snowman makes me cry an ocean, but this movie doesn't movie me one bit, because Pocahontas is such a bore. Like I said earlier, she steals all of Belle and Ariel's traits. I can just imagine the thought process of making her:
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Opinion by Renegade1765 posted 5 months ago
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It's just an Easter Egg.Nothing more,nothing less.
I know that after people have noticed that little Easter egg in Frozen since it was released,many have developed the same theory.However,I do not agree with it and will give an explanation as to why. The theory with which I do not agree has to do with that brief moment in the film. Yes,by now, I think every major Frozen fan knows about and has seen the quick cameos of Rapunzel (with her short,brown hair) and Eugene (or Flynn,if Tangled fans still want to call him that) when Anna passes by them during "For the First Time in Forever." From seeing these two Disney Princesses together in the same scene and film,the aforementioned theory that some fans have developed is that Rapunzel is a cousin of Anna and Elsa,and that their mothers are sisters.Therefore,this means that Rapunzel and Eugene must exist in the same universe as Elsa and Anna. But like I said before,I don’t agree with or believe this theory.Why? For sone reason,these characters actually do not exist in the same time period.According to Nathan Greno and Byron Howard,the directors of Tangled,the said film is set during the 1780s.On the other hand,Frozen is set during the 1840s,which is a fact confirmed in the book "The...
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Opinion by disneymagic93 posted 5 months ago
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This is my ranking of the princes. This is probably going to be one of my harder articles so please don't be rude.

12. Hans- I can't even describe how much I dislike this character. I hate the idea that the handsome prince has to be a jerk. One of the things I really hate about Frozen is that it mocks the love at first sight of the Walt era princess films. Yes you don't marry a guy you just met but I think most people are smart enough to know that, it's just common sense, yes there is no such thing as love at first sight but that's because they're fairytales and fairytales aren't suppose to be realistic, they're meant for escapism from the real world. Basically my main reason for hating this character is because of Frozen mocking the Walt era princesses.

11. Kristoff- I don't have much to say about Kristoff other than he was gross and lame, moving on.

10. Charming- One of the most boring princes ever created but Cinderella is the second oldest DP film so I hate to be too harsh on this character. My biggest problem with Charming is that he is not memorable and doesn't have much of a role, as Nostalgia Critic says, it's more about...
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Opinion by laylastepford posted 5 months ago
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So I don't know about you guys but I hate seeing those anti-Princess articles that try to pick out and isolate things from DP films and show them out of context to be negative messages for young girls. I absolutely adore the DPs (big surprise!) and love all of the different types of positive messages that you can find in each. So I wanted to do some articles based on positive messages from each film/princess to counter all of the DP hate out there. ;) The first topic I'd like to choose is ❤ romantic love ❤ because it's the one I see presented negatively the most. So without further ado, here is some positive romantic advice from every single Disney Princess:

Snow White: A Happy Person Is An Attractive Person- If you find the positives in life then the positives are likely to find you.
Snow White was made to live as a maid in her own castle since the Evil Queen hated her. Instead of complaining and being corrupted by this, Snow White consistently and proactively chose to keep her spirits up. She chose to sing about her dreams of finding love one day instead of just giving up on what she wanted most out of life. Thanks to this, the Prince was...
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Article by AaronHaley4ever posted 5 months ago
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my current user icon: a festive depiction of my favorite Disney couple
All the brilliant “Getting to Know Me” articles that have been posted recently made me realize I’ve been here for 6 years and have never done one, so I thought it was long overdue. I've been trying to make collages to add, but my computer's acting up so I'll have to go back and add them later. I hope this article doesn’t seem unoriginal or disorganized, and I’m sorry if I come across as pretentious or whiny.

Basic Info

Name: Rhianan (It’s actually my middle name, but I hate my first name and have a strict rule about not using it online)

Gender: Female

Country: USA (specifically the South)

Astrological sign: Sagittarius

Ethnicity: German and Scandinavian on my father’s side; English, Irish, and Native American on my mother’s

Physical appearance: I’m 5’7 and plus-sized. I have medium-length very light blonde hair and blue eyes (If you want a Disney comparison, think Fairy Mary’s body, Cinderella’s eyes, Belle’s hair length, and Elsa’s hair color)
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List by laylastepford posted 5 months ago
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Courtesy of: cruella
Hello everyone! Are you new to this club and looking for a quick and easy way to get to know members of this community? Perhaps you're a long-time user wondering more about the new users? Whether you're a new user, senior user, or something in between, here is a chance to get to know a ton of the Disney Princess Fanpop community members! Each person involved is listed according to their favorite princess, and there is a short summary of that person so we can all get to know each other better. I hope you all find this to be a nice and useful guide coming into next year.
This is a tradition created by link. She started this in link and continued it in link. Since she was not active to continue this year, I took it upon myself to continue it as I thought it was a great tradition and many others agreed. :)
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Article by Angelica_AW posted 5 months ago
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After reading laylastepford's "Get to know me" article I decided to redo mine from a few years ago. So here it this!

Basic
Name: Angelica
Age: 23
Birthday: July 15
Relationship Status: Have been single my whole life and I'm in no hurry to ever change that
Ethnicity: Canadian; French and some type of Native American on my Mom's side; I'm not to sure about my dad's side (he's adopted), but I'm pretty sure there's some Italian and German.

My Life
Growing up I lived with just my Mom and what ever pets we had at the time. My dad left my Mom when she was six months pregnant, which my Mom has always said she didn't care that he left but it's how he left that really hurt her (my Mom's a really honest person and believes greatly in being honest). The fact that my dad just left instead of sitting down with her and explaining why he felt they should break up really hurt her. Anyway, I'm glad my Mom and dad aren't together, my life would have been wrost off.
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Opinion by dee389 posted 5 months ago
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Ella and Kit, together!!
Hi everyone, I have decided to write about what I like and didn't like about both versions of Cinderella. If you guys disagree with me, I don't mind. In the bold bracket, is the one I like.

The Prologue

In the 1950 version, we only saw Cinderella and her father with their pets. Unfortunately, he only gets a few minutes of screen-time and there were no interaction between the two because I felt that the whole prologue was just rush. We don't know how close the bond is between Cinderella and her dad.
In the 2015 version, for the first time we got to see her mother as well and Ella, including her dad. Her dad has more screen-time with Ella than the 1950 version. (2015 version)

Lady Tremaine, Anastasia and Drizella

In the 1950 version, the 2 stepsisters are way scarier than their live-action counterparts, especially the part where they tore of Cinderella's pink dress. That scene makes me upset and terrified, in the 2015 reboot, I was expecting that to happen but did not and it was Lady Tremaine who did it instead and in a less-terrifying way. (1950 version)
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